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1058 W. Church Street, Elmira, NY 14905
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7:30 – 8:00 am
Brandon Rosettie, MS, FP-C / Arnot Health
8:10 - 9:10 AM
Strokes That Leave You Spinning
Dr. Dylan Kellogg / Arnot Health
Complaints like dizziness, weakness, headache, and visual disturbances are common but how do we discern these complaints from stroke or CVA? Dr. Kellogg will review the background of posterior CVA and present the current treatment guidelines for EMS.
9:25am – 10:25am
Airway Management Workshop
Dr. Aaron Farney / University of Rochester Medical Center
Airway management is a low frequency yet high risk intervention for providers at all levels. Join Dr. Farney and staff in this workshop to review and practice current treatment guidelines & techniques to better manage your patient’s airway.
10:25am – 10:35am
10:35am – 11:45am
Airway Management Workshop – Continued
Dr. Aaron Farney & Staff
Lunch – Provided
12:45pm – 1:45pm
Four Preventable Causes of Trauma-Related Death
Benjamin Sensenbach, FP-C, TP-C / University of Rochester Medical Center
Many of the most important prehospital interventions have been born in combat and implemented by civilian EMS systems. A review of the military data from the early years of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan has shown that members of the armed forces died from what may have been preventable causes. There are important implications for the EMS community as BLS interventions are the key to successful trauma care as we have seen in Boston, Aurora and the Pulse nightclub. This lecture will provide a brief overview of the data and put emphasis on the physical skills that will save lives.
1:45 – 1:55 PM
1:55pm – 2:45pm
All Hazards Response
Deputy Brooke Payne, AAS, EMT / Steuben County Sheriff’s Department
Increasingly, public safety agencies are becoming an integral part of our EMS system. Deputy Payne will identify and discuss current topics related to law and EMS, such as active shooter response, clandestine laboratories, issues of custody, chain of command and evidence preservation.
2:45pm – 2:55pm
2:55pm – 4:15 pm
Triage and Medical Incident Command
Ralph Wilcox, CCEMT-P / Lifenet of New York/AirMethods
Nationwide and locally, incidents which stress our EMS systems are increasing. Agencies often cite training of Triage & Medical Incident command as a concern. Join Ralph and staff as we review triage and present a simple, low-cost, yet effective triage drill to implement in your next training.